EasyJet, the UK’s largest airline, has disclosed that they were hacked and that the email addresses and travel information for 9 million customers were exposed. For some of these customers, credit card details were also accessed by the attackers.
In a data breach notification disclosed today, EasyJet states that they have suffered a cyberattack, and an unauthorized third-party was able to gain access to their systems.
During this attack, the threat actors were able to access the email addresses and travel information for nine million customers. For approximately 2,208 customers, credit card details were also exposed.